Farrah found herself in a kill shelter in South Carolina. She had quite a few strikes against her, she was 5-6 months old and past that itty bitty puppy stage, she is black, and she was in the south. That's actually 3 strikes against her and generally those are enough that she can't make it out alive. Fortunately for Farrah, she was rescued by GROWL and was on her way to a new life. Farrah came up to New Jersey in search of her second chance and her forever home. She was already basically housetrained and had great manners as well. She was a true gem! Kathryn and Scott applied for Farrah and were approved to foster to adopt this lovely southern girl. She is doing well in Manhattan as you can tell and she is getting the much love that she deserves! Thank you to Kathryn and Scoot for opening their hearts and home to Farrah and providing her with the security that she needs as well. Farrah also has a new name to start her new life, so Zoey as she is now called is truly one lucky lady!